Special Interest Groups:
Click on the group name link to be directed to the SIG's site.
Student Leadership Council »
The general purpose of the Student Leadership Council (SLC)
is to provide input to the Association Board of Directors regarding the support
of student chapters throughout the Association.
Education Special Interest Group (EDSIG) is an organization that devotes itself specifically to
IS (Information Systems) education. EDSIG's mission is to provide IS educators
with the latest research in educational techniques, processes and technology.
ICCP (Institute for the Certification of Computing Professionals)»
All certificate candidates must subscribe to the Code of Ethics, Conduct and Good Practice as described on the ICCP site. The mission of the ICCP is promoting the continuous improvement
of the Information and Systems professions and professionals through
certification, enforcement of a professional code of ethics, standards
of conduct, and continuing education. The ICCP has an associated Education Foundation.(EDSIG). AITP is a constituent society of ICCP.
Click on the group name link to be directed to the Committee's site.
AITP is composed of a vibrant volunteer leadership which is
involved in a variety of committees. Volunteers are welcome to apply to these
various committees by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of our committees include:
Bylaws & Standing Rules
Communications & Publications
The Communication Committee's overall objective is to maintain a member communications program that will help to increase membership and position AITP as a leader in building careers and shaping policy for the IT profession. The Committee monitors the effectiveness of the AITP member communications program and recommends revisions for ABoD approval. The Committee also provides assistance to other AITP units as needed to support member and external communications efforts.
IT Credentialing & Certification
This Committee is charged with preparing a leadership development program for leaders at all levels of the association. The program will be delivered through various web-based media such as PowerPoint presentations, videos, webinars, etc. The goal is to provide leaders with best practices and information about AITP that they need to know to effectively lead their sub-unit of the association.
Legislative & Regulatory Affairs
Marketing & Public Relations
Membership Strategic Task Force
National Collegiate Conference »
The National Collegiate Conference Committee devotes itself specifically to AITP's flagship event for students across the nation, the Annual National Collegiate Conference. .
Partners & Affiliates »
This committee is responsible for ensuring that partner and affiliates programs are up to date, properly administered, that they reflect the contemporary needs of the members of the Association for tangible benefits of AITP membership, and are comparable to benefits provided by similar associations. The committee evaluates partner and affiliate proposals and recommends to the Executive Committee and then ABoD whether they should be adopted.
Professional & Enterprise Members
This committee develops initiatives, campaigns, and materials needed to increase awareness of the benefits of AITP membership among non-members in the IT professional community and to encourage non-members to join the Association (recruitment). It recommends new member promotions for consideration by ABoD,conducts membership studies, and develops initiatives, campaigns and materials needed to help increase the retention rate of the membership. This committee may recommend additional member benefits for consideration by the appropriate committees, task forces, and/or ABoD. The committee is also charged with conducting a needs analysis from members with which to guide Association programs and affiliations.
Region President’s Council
The Region Presidents Council (RPC) provides input to the Association Board
of Directors regarding the establishment, dissolution, and support of chapters
throughout the Association. It shares ideas for chapter/region development
between regions. The RPC provides input on association programs, services and
Region-Chapter Strategic Task Team
Research & Strategy Advisory Group
Standards of Conduct & Ethics »
This Standing Committee is responsible for maintaining the currency and relevance of the AITP Code of Ethics. Also, in the event of allegations of ethical misconduct, the committee supports ABoD in conducting any necessary investigative or disciplinary proceedings. Guidelines for this committee are outlined in the AITP Operating Procedures Manual found on the AITP.org.
Student & S2P Membership Development
Student Awards »
Volunteers are welcome to apply to these various committees
by emailing email@example.com.